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James B. (Guest)
on 2009-05-08 22:53
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May Phoenix Ruby U. Group Meeting


When:   Monday, May 1, 2009
         6:30pm door open. Laptop power and WiFi available.
         7:00pm Showtime
         8:30pm Migrate to Four Peaks Brewery


Topic: Ruby + Processing: Preston L. of OpenRain will talk about using
Processing with Ruby


Where: Target Training International offices
        17785 N. Pacesetter Way
        Scottsdale AZ, 85255
        http://is.gd/7h7L

        101 Freeway to Princess Drive; 2 blocks to Pacesetter
        North on Pacesetter to TTI at 17785
        Drive around to the back to meeting room entrance
        See http://www.rubyaz.org/images/tti_sat.png


Discussion, food, drink:

       Four Peaks Brewery, Scottsdale
       Southeast corner of of Frank Lloyd Wright & Hayden
       (Around the corner from McDonald's, on Hayden)
       http://is.gd/v0wx


Processing is an MIT-developed framework for making little code
artifacts, animations, visualizations, and the like, developed
originally by Ben Fry and Casey Reas, supported by a small army of
open-source contributors.  Processing has become a sort of standard for
visually-oriented programming, strongly influencing the designs of
Nodebox, Shoes, Arduino, and other kindred projects. For more
information, take a look at http://processing.org/



The Phoenix Ruby U. Group meets at 6:30pm on the second Monday of
each month, barring holidays.  Information may be found at
www.rubyaz.org.



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James B.

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